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James confesses that Judith Pugh's criticism of his poem 'William Dobell's Cypriot' is 'no doubt correct about the scholarly facts'. James says that he is 'searching the poem for a single fact I got right.' He agrees with Pugh that 'scholarship should always set the limits before imagination gets to work.'

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